Aaron Sisto

  • Program Years: 2010-2014
  • Academic Institution: Stanford University
  • Field of Study: Computational Chemistry
  • Academic Advisor: Todd Martinez
  • Practicum(s):
    Sandia National Laboratories, California (2012)
    Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (2013)
  • Degree(s):
    B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University
    Ph.D. Quantum Chemistry, Stanford University

Current Status

  • Research Area: Quantum Simulation & Machine Learning


1. Kamath, C., El-dasher, B., Gallegos, G.F., King, W.E., Sisto, A., Int. J. Manufacturing (accepted)

2. Sisto, A., Ruan X., Fisher, T.S., First Principles and Finite Element Predictions of Radiative Properties of Nanostructure Arrays: Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Arrays, J. Heat Trans., 136 (2014) pp. 062702

3. Sisto, A., Kamath, C., Ensemble feature selection in scientific data analysis, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Technical Report LLNL-TR-644160 (2013)

4. Kamath, C., El-dasher, B., Gallegos, G.F., King, W.E., Sisto, A., Density of additively-manufactured, 316L SS parts using laser powder-bed fusion at powers up to 400W, LLNL-TR-648000 (2013)

5. A. Sisto, X. Ruan, T. S. Fisher, and J. B. Neaton, "Predicting the optical properties of nanostructured metamaterials: Single-walled carbon nanotube arrays," ASME paper IMECE2011- 64011, Proceedings of the ASME 2011 Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition, Denver, CO, November, 2011.

6. T.L. Pourpoint, A. Sisto, K.C. Smith, T.G. Voskuilen, M.K. Visaria, Y. Zheng, T.S. Fisher, "Performance of Thermal Enhancement Materials in High Pressure Metal Hydride Storage Systems," ASME Summer Heat Transfer Conference, HT2008-56450, Jacksonville, Florida, 2008


NSF Graduate Fellowship
Chappelle Graduate Fellowship 2010-2011
Winkelman Doctoral Fellowship 2010-2011